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Standings By The Associated Press American League East \V L I'd. GB Boston New York Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee Detroit Oakland ·Kan City Texas Chicago Minnesota California 72 68 65 65 62 61 West ' 76 50 69 62 68 65 «5 67 li'l .551 .523 .504 .500 .470 .466 .576 .527 .511 4 ' 614 7 11 U 12 24 .485 52 80 .3M Friday's (James Oakland 10,-Detroit 5 Baltimore 9, Kansas City 2 California 9, Milwaukee 2 Minnesota 3, Boston 2 Cleveland 7, Texas 3 New' York 8, Chicago 5 Saturday's Games California {Hassler 3-9) at Milwaukee (Champion 9-3) Boston ·. (Cleveland 9-12) at Minnesota (Goltz 0-7) p.m. Oakland (Blue 14-12) at Detroit (Coleman 10-12), N Baltimore (Palmer 4-10) at Kansas City (Spliltorff 13-13), N Cleveland (J. Perry 14-9) Texas (Jenkins 19-11), N New York (Modich 15-12) Chicago (Kaat 14-12), N Sunday's Games Oakland at Detroit Boston at Minnesota New York at Chicago California at Milwaukee Baltimore at Kansas City Cleveland at Texas, N Pittsburgh St. Louis Philaphia Montreal New York Chicago National League East W L Pet. 69 62 .527 68 64 .515 64 67 .489 60 69 .465 58 71 .450 Pirates Edge los Angeles 4-3 Cards 8-2 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Aug. 31, 1974 · 5 FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Bailey is getting his second wind. The 31-year-old outfielder, a J135.000 · bonus baby back In 1951 who is now in his 13tli major league season, says he's not letting older, he's getting bet- er. Bailey blasted two home runs as the Expos erupted for club-record five homers pounding out an 11-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds Friday night. In 1970, Bailey's second year with the Expos, he batted .287 with 23 homers. He dropped to .251 and .233 the next two years, but bounced back to .273 with 26 homers in 1973. This year he's batting .277 with 19 homers and 66 IlBls. Elsewhere in the National League. Pittsburgh nipped Lo? Angeles 4-3, Houston edged Philadelphia 3-2, New York beat Atlanta 4-2, San Francisco defeated St. Louis 8-2 and Chicago swept a pair from San Diego 5-1 in 12 innings and 4-3 in 10. Pirates 4, Dodgers 3 The first-place Dodgers lost a chance to extend their 3'A- game lead over Cincinnati . in ilie NL West when relief ace Mike Marshall gave up I wo singles, a sacrifice fly and Bob Robert-son's tie-breaking double In a three-run eighth inning that defeated Los Angeles 4-3. Astros 3, Phils 2 A standout relief 'performance by Ken For sell preserved Houston's 3-2 triumph over Philadelphia. Forsch came on with runners on first and third and none out ed out, ending the game. Mets 4, Braves 2 Spot starter Ray Sadeckl juried his second consecutive complete-game victory over the Atlanta Braves. Sadecki, 6-7, in-led a five-hit 1-0 tictory over Atlanta last lime out. and this ,ime he scattered six hits for the victory. Ted Martinez tripled, scoring New York's first run, then drove in two with a sixth-Inning single. Gisnls 8, Cards 2 T h e Giants jumped on St. Louis' Sonny Siebert (or five the ninth and one-run margin d pr . He rotected the got Dave Cash to hit into a double-play, with Tommy Button holding third. Larry Bowa then ground- in coining runs first inning, three Dave Kingnxan's 15th homer of the season. Mike Caldwell. 13-3, was the victor, and tied injured Los Angeles Dodgers lefthander Tommy John for best winning percentage .813. Cubs 5-4, Padres 1-3 The Cubs outlasted the Padr Lou Graham Leads TPC After Two; Big Name Pros Out Of Contention GB ATLANTA '(AP) -- Consistent Miller, who has won six Lou Graham led the way into evcnls a n d over a quarter ot a .today s tlnrdroimd of the $250,- · · 54 75 .419 14 West Los Angeles 83 48 Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego 80 73 68 59 50 .634 .60S .553 .519 .447 .378 3V4 10 y z 15 24 V4 34 Friday's Games Houston 3, Philadelphia 2 ' Montreal 11, Cincinnati 3 New York 4, Atlanta 2 Chicago 5-4, San Diego 1st game 12 innings, 2nd game .10 innings Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 3 . San Francisco 8, St. Louis 2 Saturday's Games St. Louis (Forsch 3-3) at San Francisco (D'Acquisto 9-12) ' Atlanta (Reed 8-8) at New York (Koosman 13-8) Montreal (Renko 9-12) at Cincinnati (Billingharn 16-8), N : Houston '(Richard 1-0) at; Philadelphia (Lonhorg 14-11), N Pittsburgh (Demery 5-4) at Los Angeles (Zahn 2-3), N ! Only games scheduled Sunday's Games . ' Houston at Philadelphia ' Atlanta at New York - Montreal at Cincinnati St. Louis at San Francisco · " Chica'go at San Diego Pittsburgh at Los Angeles 000 Tournament Players Cham- lionship after golfing greats Gary Player and Arnold Palmer failed to make the cut and eading money winner Johnny Miller withdrew. Graham, a 36-year-old tour veteran of 11 years, shot his second straight 67 Friday for a 134 total and a one-stroke lead over J. C. Snead. Snead had battered the par 72, 6,883-yard Atlanta Country Club course with a course-tying 64 on opening day. But the nephew of Sam Snead could only muster a 71 Friday. Jack Nicklaus was the only glamor name left and still very much in contention at 137 after H 71. Dave Hill was at 136 after a 66 -- the best round of the day over the course m a d e soggy by torrential rains Thursday. L I 1 1 I I I U U U U l l r l L h , U U U ei 1 If l l m L h - iay but had a dismal 40 on the front nine Friday, and quit after 16 holes pleading "exhaustion" to officials. Player and Palmer stuck it out for the entire 36 holes 'out failed to make the cutoff mark of 14I. Player, a Masters and British Open winner, skied to a 75 for 148 while Palmer blew to a 79 and 152. U,S. Open winner Hale Irwin was more fortunate, eagling his last hole For a shaky 76, just making the cut at 146, PGA champ Lee Trevino easily made it with a 70 for 139. Graham, who had five birdies in his round for the second straight day, was pleased 'by his game. " I drove the ball good, hit my irons good and putted well," he said. "At the start of the year I played very poor for nearly nine weeks. I was the worst slump In my life I had always been consisten and I began to wonder if Id ever play decent again." Also at 137 with Nicklau were Hubert Green and Bruc Crampton in the battle lor th 550.000 first prize, a 10-year emption on the tour and a U.S Open inviation as the player attempt to make his a majo event along with t h e Masters U. S. Open. Briish Open an PGA. Green had a 67 and Cramptoi a 68 on the hot, humid da were Homer Graham, Jen- League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (325 at bats) Carew, Min, .364; Hargrove; Tex, .343. RUNS -- D.Allen, Chi, 82; Grich, Bal, 78. RUNS BATTED IN -- Bur- Boughs, Tex, 107; D.Allen, Chi, 86: Bando, Oak, 86. HITS -- Carew, Min, 180; Money, Mil, 148. DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak, 34; HcRae, KC, 33. TRIPLES -- Rivers, Cal, 11; Otis, KC, 9. HOME RUNS -- D.Allen, Chi, ·32; R.Jackson, Oak, 27. · STOLEN BASES -- North, Oak, 45; Patek, KC, 31. ·PITCHING (13 Decisions) -'Fitzmorris, KC, 10-4, .714, 3.05 Tiant, Bsn, 20-9, .690, 2.87. ' STRIKEOUTS -- N.Ryaji Cal, 304; Blyleven, Min, 204. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (325 at bats) -Garr, All, .356; Zisk, Pgh, .330. RUNS _ Morgan, Cin, 95 Schmidt, Phi, 92. RUNS BATTED IN Schmidt, Phi, 08; Bench, Cin 98; Wynn, LA, 94. HITS -- Garr, Atl, 199; Gar 'vey. LA, 171. · DOUBLES -- Rose, Cin, 32 A.Oliver, Pgh, 31; Bench, Cin 3J. TRIPLES -- Garr, Atl, 16 A.Oliver, Pgh, 11. . HOME RUNS -- Schmidt Phi, 32; Wynn, LA, 20. .. STOLEN BASES -- Brock SIL, 93; Lopes, LA, 55. PITCHING (13 Decisions) -- ohn LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Cald well, SF, 13 3, .813, 2.97. "STRIKEOUTS -- Carllon Phi, 192; Messrsmth, LA, 181. Curry Fears Oiler Attitude HUNTSVILLE. Tex. (AP) -Bill Curry, president of the Na tional Football League Players Association, says the Houston Oilers now have a win-at-all costs program that disregards individual problems. · The Oilers announced Friday that the veteran center had been waived. T h e announcement said the action was by "mutual consent." Curry, one of the leaders in the strike of veteran players this summer, said he had to go on waivers or retire and he "didn't want to retire. Curry seriously injured a Knee in early season last year and had taken a wait-and-see attitude concerning hit future after surgery. Sid Gillman, Oilers head coach and general manager, indicated Curry's injury was the main reason for the action but he also pointed out the team ' liai three other centers. while at 138 Blancas, Dave , Heard, Charles Goody an Brian Allin. Blancas, Graharr and Coody bad 71s while Hear had a 73. Allin shot a 68. Today's round and Sunday final round will be televised na tionally by ABC. THE LEADERS Top scores after the secoi round of the $250,000 Tourna ment Players Championship o ic par 72, 6, 883-yard Atlanl 'ountry Club Course: Lou Graham 67-67 -- 13 J.C. Snead 64-71 -- 13 Dave Hill 70-66--13 Bruce Cramplon 69-68-13 Jack Nicklaus Hubert Green David Graham Charles Coody Brian Allin Homero Blancas Jerry Heard Sorry Sonny Sonny Jurgensen (9), one of three quarterbacks vying for the Washington Redskin job, is helped (o his feet by Pittsburgh Steelcr's L. C. Greeii- wooil (68) and Ernie Holme.'! (63) a f t e r Ihe Stceler defense pu! Jurgensen on the ground in (lie third quarter of Friday night's exhibition game in AVashington. Pittsburgh prevailed 21-19. (AP Wirepholo) America's Cup Entry Slill No! Picked; Time Is Short NEWPORT. R.I. (AP) With time running out. the inconclusive effort to select a one week before the start of Ih Sept. 10 Cup series. The races date to 1851 as in U.S. yacht to face Australia's itemational sailing's oldest com Southern Cross in the Amer- 1 petition and the United State ica's Cup races has run into un- 1 has never lost the America expected difficulties. I Cup. 66-71--13 70-67--13 68-70--13 ·67-71--13 71-67--13 67-71--13 65-73--13 Mole Final To DecideU.S Amateur Goll In a marathon twin-bill that sted over 61i hours. In the 12th inning of the open, Chris Ward singled and Don essingcr doubted him to third, tor George Mitlenvald WHS tcntionally walked, Carmen anzone cracked a run-scoring ngle. Rick Slelmasnk lapped sacrifice fly and Bill Grabar ewitz smacked a two-rim iplc. In the second game, errors ! D.uve Hilton and Derrcl lomas on the same pld;i llowed the w i n n i n g run in the 3th inning. RIDGEWOOD, N.J. (AP) -26-year-old Texas realtor at 20-year-old college seni vere to meet today in a 3fi-ho match-play showdown to dete mine the 74th U.S.' Amate olf Championship. John Grace, who sells re estate in the Fort Worth area vhere he lives, faced Jerry Pate, a University of Alabama senior from Pensacola, Fla., on he 6,754yard, par-7I Ridge- vood Country Club course. The stocky, S-foot-6',4 Grace advanced to the finals by knocking off Gary Koch of Temple Terrace, Fla., 3 and 1 on Friday. Pate gained the finals berth y beating NCAA champ Curtis Strange, 19, of Virginia Beach, Va., 2 and 1. For their efforts, the 21-year- old Koch and Strange, along with the two finalists, qualified for the 1975 Masters. Grace, whose "best asset is a Stood putter," considers himself more of a straight and short iyan, Blyleven : ire Gems in AL Contests Y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS California's Nolan Ryan set pother strikeout record Fiidas ighl but it was overshadowed y the pitching of Minnesota's iert Blyleven and the hitting of Oakland's Claudell Washington. The fireballing Ryan fanned line in pitching the Angels to a -2 victory over the Milwaukee 3re\vers. That gave him 304 for he season and made him the irst pitcher in modern baseball to post three consecutive 300- trikeont campaigns. Meanwhile, Blyleven w h i f f e d 4 Boston batters -- a career igh -- and hurled a four-hitter as the Twins edged the Red Sox -2 while rookie Washington celebrated his 20th birthday a day arly with three singles, an RBI double and a two-run triple and was Riven a $2,001) raise as he A's. whipped the Detroit Tiers 10-5. Elsewhere in the American League, the New York Yankees downed the Chicago White Sox -5 and climbed vithin four ;ames of Boston in the AL 5ast. the Baltimore- Orioles rouneed the Kansas City Royals 9-2 and the Cleveland In- lians turned back the Texas Rangers 7-3. Twins 3, Red SOY Z Rod Carew. whose fourth-inn i n g ' e r r o r let in both Boston uns. drove in the winner with a sacrifice fly in the ninth fol- owing a leadoff walk to Glenn Borgmann and Steve ^rye's double. The game was played under protest by both managers after a leadoff triple in the fourth by Minnesota's Eric So.derholm. Soderholm's drive to the left field fence was dropped by Boston's Bernie Carbo as he leaped against the fence. Carbo threw the bail wildly past third, catcher Tim Blackwell retrieved it and threw to the uncovered plate, and the ball went into .right field while Soderholm Lrotted home.' Second base umpire George Maloncy said Carbo caught the ball, and Minnesota manager Frank Quilici raced from the d u g o u t before Soderholm crossed the plate. The umpires finally ruled that the ball had not been caught but Quilici's appearance negated the run and ordered Soderholm back to third, where he was stranded. Orioles 9, Royals 2 Baltimore's Mike Cuellar scattered eight hits, including John Mayberry's 21st home run, for his 16th victory. Kansas City starter Bruce Dal Can NOT THIS TIME LOU * 'V4,. (AP Wirepholo) ... Lou Brock of the St. Louis Cardinals is about to be tagged out by San Francisco's Tito Fuentcs. Brock is closing in on the National League record for stolen bases, but he'll have to wait a while before adding number'92. Davis Pleased With Scrimmage FHS Displays Firepower By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor Lawson Osburn, Michael Buc- ahcad of the-offense. But afterward, ho said, "I'm not so sure. hanan and Rick Taylor all scored from long range here Friday night as the Fayeltcville Bulldogs conducled a game-type scrimmage before 400 fans al Harmon Field. "I was pleased with some areas of both offense and defense," said Coach Doyne Davis, "ft's hard to know for sure I without looking at the film, but 1 believe the execution was better than I thought it would be." Davis added, "The most important filing is thul we still haven't had anyone get hurl, and we haven't had a player eave the team," Before the scrimmage. Davis said he thought the defense was ran well inside, Jackson showed Brian Ricks and Michael some good moves." Not to mention the Jong gain- burn Quarterback LaWson Os- liad the first, scooting around the left side for 70 yards and a touchdown. Four or five defenders seemed to have the angle on him along the way, but Osburn outran them all. TAYLOR SCORES The next score came on a 65-yard pass play for quarterback Grc« McClelland to split end Taylor. The pass was a simple 20-yard sideline pattern, but Taylor slipped past his man, cut back toward the middle, veered left and then right and scored easily. Biicliannan. a 5 6 junior wing- jack, was the next to find day- ighl. On a sweep to the 'right. lie swept all Ihe way for a (iO- yard touchdown. Taylor completed the scoring on a 50-yard reverse. Despite the offensive fireworks, Davis wasn't overly dis- .urbed with the defense. "I .liink that our defense is sound," he .said: "We just had certain players break down on isolated plays." Davis was more concerned with the fumbles, offside penal- tics and clips. "As a young team, we're' not stable yet." he said. "What we're looking for is consistency. To get it, we'll have to cut out the mistakes." The Bulldogs will open their season Dt Bentonville next Friday night. Dream Come True P'-'s Rogers in 500 Race Grid DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) -Jackie Rogers says he has dreamed of driving a racing car at Darlington Raceway all his life. He's going to get his chance Monday in the toughest race of all, the storied Southern 500. "It's an honor just to be starting," he said Friday after placing his Chevrolet in I'ith position in a 40-car lineup. "To do well in Ihc race would make it a perfect week. "Win il'. Not a chance. It cou FOREST HILLS, - Vijay Amritraj, worker from Madras, material to pull off another jor upset in the U.S. Open Tennis championships. Amritraj made his mark here a year ago by toppling fourth- seeded Rod Laver of Australia en route to the quarter-finals. Lavcr isn't around this year, but Amritraj has another No. 4 seed to contend with, tair-hair- ! ed Bjorn Borg of Sweden. I Their second-round showdown Id only happen if about six | )(] [| s was rained out Friday. Tennis player.' Playing in his fourth Amateur, the University of Houston he fine Defending champion Intrepid, a wooden vessel, a n d Courageous, the aluminum chal- Southern Cross right to challenge gained the in the 1074 series by defeating the France .,,,, _____ .... ___ ........... _ ..... longer, were scheduled to race 1 4-0 in the best-of-seven foreign today in the deadlocked trials! trials. following the cancellation of|__Tnlrepid, winner in 1970 and their latest competition. A heavy thunderstorm 30-knot winds Friday forced the 12-meter yachts to call off a virtually even battle on Rhode 'stand Sound in the fourth of he six legs on their 24.3-mile course. Ironically, light winds bad delayed the start of the race for two hours and the boats were nearly becalmed when the blustery storm lashed into their path about 10 miles offshore. Both yachts -- with sails quickly lowered -- were towed to shore through the storm by their tenders, a pair of power vessels, under the escort of the Point Turner, an 85-foot Coast Guard patrol boat. The Interruption compounded the worries of the New York Yacht Club--owner of the America's Cup--which must pick the U.S. entry by Tuesday, J1967 of the last two America's with ^ l .'P c y cn ' s -. remained tied 4-4 with Courageous in the final head-to-head competition. But has three victories in a row in a stuhning comeback after losing four straight to the new U.S. challenger. Seven-Under-Par LONDON -- Defending champion Peter Oostcrhuis, of Britian, fired a seven-untler-par 66 for a 208 total and a two-stroke lead after three rounds of the $60,001) Viyella PGA Golf Cham pionship. business graduate said wasn't surprised of his play here. "I've been dreaming a b o u t this, f came here because I thought I could do it," said the weekend golfer. Pate is No. 1 player on his college team and the 1974 Florida Amateur fillisl. The marketing major said he professional golf tour is not n his immediate future. "I'd ike to make the Walker Cup earn and play the Masters he- ore playing pro." The tourney's semifinalisU all advanced by. beating opponents older than themselves. Pate beat Bill'Campbell, 51, an insurance agent from Hunt ryglon, W. Va., 4 and 2, while Strange knocked off Jerry Courville, 39, of South Norwalk Conn., 2 and 1. ton walked three men ant: threw two wild pitches in I 2-3 innings while catcher Fran Healy committed a passed bal and two throwing errors. Kirkland, Forfe Likely To Miss Hog Scrimmage Arkansas Coach F r a n k Broyles said Friday t h a t he idn't expect quarterback Mike Kirkland to be able to t a k e arl in today's scrimmage. He hasn't practiced all week," lid Broyles. Kirkland sprained his r i g h t vrist last Saturday morning, and has missed the last s i-x iracfices. Asked if halfback Ike Forle vill scrimmage, Broyles said. T don'l think so." Forte w a s icld out of last Saturday's scrimmage because the coaches "elt he didn't need the work. Alan Watson, who is listed of the top.starters broke some- SerJ/Sn^cr^broi^ and were soaked where in the race and left me : had sun sudden TRI-UKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New 8f ued AntennM Color » BlMk Whltt Boosters · Tawcri Fr*« EftlmMcf 751-7P27 TS1-MM . 7S1-W57 TERTMITIS? * CALl ADMIRAL 'PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants. Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL *. RESIDENTIAL. 442-7298 hold." Rogers, 31. of Wilmington, N.C., is no stranger at Darlington, which celebrates its 25th Seeing Connors Amritraj is the face of India's Davis Cup 5-11, anqhors Their meeting today may be a preview of the Davis Cup Sept. 21 to semifinals beginning determine who meet tho winner of Ihe Kaly-Soulh Africa series in the final. Chris Ever), the reigning champion, will meet Helen Gourlay; Ken Rosewall, runner-up to Connors at Wimbledon, will iake on Bob Lutz; Ro- heat Jeff and No. 3 seed Stan Smith fight to the bitter end to overcome Jaime Fillol was well worth Ilie mania's bad boy, Ilie Nastase, faces Roy B a r l h ; Smith will do battle wi.lh Frew McMillan and Billie Jean King will meet Sha- Tiinmvi 1 ' 0 " Wius h in other featured BoroS TM t anniversary Labor Day. licence of a ticket. But Ihere worked as a mechanic on cars driven by 1973 Indianapolis winner Gordon Johncock and other top stars before deciding to hearty boos when it w«s hot tea and honey, turned back announced the two Davis C u p foes would not take the center court. Lujj d i u i d utauie UUI;IULII^ to court. strike out on his own early this! year. 1 He has done well enough so | Tournament that he's a leading candidate j for rookie of the year honors. A I PUEBLO, Coin. top finish Monday could tip the i Southern Colorado men's first round was completed Friday when Connors returned from a rain break and, revitalized by some A P ) Stafc decision in his favor. |]mst the I3th annual National Rogers' speed of 146.763 miles i Collegiate Athletic per hour Friday in a Chevrolet, Division 2 national for which he also is the chief nament June 10 14. Borowiak 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5. Connors, (he Wimbledon champion seeking his first U.S. Open title, said Borowiak had the momentum going when play was stopped with Jeff leading 5-3 in the third set. -- I Borowink won Ihree straight panics when play resumed on a mechanic, was the ninth fastest of two days of time trials. Richard Petty, long an idol of Rogers', captured the front row pole position in Thursday's, first. qualifying round with a spdcrl of 150.132 m.p.h. The Dodge driver is favored to win. Petty, a Southern 500 winner only once despite his exploits elsewhere, was one of the judges who gave Rogers his Association tennis tour- 1975, Athletic Director Harry Simmons announced Friday. The five-day competition will determine t h e national small mriivriiial champions, "About will compete. and learn 50 schools rain-slick center court but the determined Connors, still recovering h'om food poisoning, broke back at 4-4 in the fourth set. Smilh, who shares the No.l r a n k i n g in the United States with Connors, had lo get back into his match with Fillol, too. When rain washed out play Thursday, Smith was one set down but leading the second 41. A f r i c a n Ban He i n n that set out 63 and -- The International i eventually Jjeal the Chilean 36, an alternate first-learner j rookie test Friday morning. Ro- passed with flying colors. at both halfback and fullback,! will play fullback today. Broyles said the Razorbacks would punt in the scrimmage, but not kick off. 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